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Hi I'm Stu

I have been married for 22 yrs, I am father to a wonderful son, and a husband to my sweetheart, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Az, I went to grade school in Mesa Az, Jr High in Heber Az and High School in Snowflake AZ (Go LOBOS!). My father taught me how to work when I was young, he taught me all of the trades in construction so I could be successful in life I knew I wanted to be like him and knew construction was the life for me. I earned money for a mission by working for an Uncle as a mud man. I served a mission in Fresno California and 4 years later met my near perfect wife on a blind date. We were engaged 3 weeks later. during the first few years of marriage, I could see that working construction would not be enough for our family, so with a lot of encouragement I went to school and earned a degree in electrical engineering. We were married for 16 1/2 years, and we adopted or first child thru an adoption agency in Utah. We were blessed to find some special people with in the agency who guided us thru the adoption process. Our baby was born in Utah and we took him home back to AZ shortly afterwards. He is a very spiritual, giving and loving young man, the lord has truly blessed us. He is a sponge, soaking up all information at church and in Kindergarten. My wife is a Reading Specialist at an elementary School and I am a Electrical Designer for a small company in Phoenix. We love to hike, camp, go to the beach in Peurto Penasco MX and southern California, watch movies, eat out, and most of all spend time together.

Why I am a Mormon

I know that if I live my life in the way the lord wants us too, that my family will be protected.

How I live my faith

My wife and I have served in many positions in the church, the most memorable calling was when my wife and I had the oppertunity to teach 14-15 year olds in sunday school. We would always try to relate our lessons to life lessons that we had gone thru and listened intently to their struggles at school and and church.